Telaire T3030 Series | CO2 Sensors for Harsh Environments with Analog Outputs - Product Datasheet
Telaire T3030 Series | CO2 Sensors for Harsh Environments with Analog Outputs
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Demand-based Outside Air Management is managed in railway cars in the exact same way it is managed in buildings - bring in only the necessary outside air to ventilate a space with variable occupancy, to minimize energy usage heating or cooling outside air. Known as Demand Controlled Ventilation, or DCV, the theory of measuring Carbon Dioxide (CO2) to monitor occupancy and air quality is now applied to train carriages.
Cell incubators, also called Carbon Dioxide (CO2) incubators, are essential equipment in biological and medical laboratories. There are two primary sensing technologies available for the detection and control of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) within cell incubators; Thermal Conductivity (TC) sensors and Nondispersive Infrared (NDIR) sensors. Read on to learn more about NDIR CO2 Sensors in cell incubator applications.
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